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Submitted: Mar 27 2013 / 14:38

Managing the lifetime of a DbContext instance in your application is extremely important. A DbContext makes use of important resources like database connections that need to be released. If you do not properly dispose of a DbContext instance, the underlying database connections might never be released back to the connection pool. Anyone who has done any old school ADO.NET programming knows the madness that lies down that path.
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